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Gluten Free Cabbage And Noodles

Also known as kaposztás tészta, kraut pletzlach or haluski, these gluten free cabbage and noodles are an easy comfort food you'll love.
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Keyword cabbage and noodles, fried cabbage and egg noodles
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 193kcal
Author Barbara Bianchi

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Slice your onion into thin strips and set aside. Then core and slice your cabbage into thin strips.
  • Start to boil a pot of water to cook your noodles in.
  • Melt your butter in a deep skillet over a medium heat. Add onions and cook until caramelized, about ten minutes. Season with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
  • Then add your cabbage slices. It might look like they’re overflowing, but you can cover the pan for a minute or two and they’ll cook down pretty quickly. Then mix the onion and cabbage continuing to sauté.
  • Add chicken broth to your cabbage mixture and stir.
  • Meanwhile, your water should be boiling and you can start to cook your noodles according to the package directions.
  • Once the cabbage and onion mixture is completely cooked down and browned on all the edges, about 15 more minutes, turn the flame off.
  • When your noodles are done, drain and rinse them and add them to your cabbage mixture. Stir and serve garnished with parsley.

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Notes

  • How to core your cabbage: First, remove the thick outer leaves of your cabbage. Then, with a chef's knife, cut your cabbage in half lengthwise, all the way through the core. Then you'll need to remove the triangular core. To do this, cut into the core at an angle where the stem meets the leaves of the cabbage, and remove it. Now you're ready to slice it.
  • Store the extra half: You can wrap the unused half tightly in plastic wrap or in a plastic bag, making sure to push all the air out. Store it in your fridge, in the crisper drawer.
  • Don't have a food processor or just don't feel like taking it out? This mandoline also works for slicing thin strips. Or just slice your onion and cabbage by hand with a sharp chef's knife into thin strips. It's up to you.
  • Traditionally, this dish is served with egg noodles. Today, I used Jovial Foods organic gluten free egg tagliatelle. Schar's tagliatelle is also good. You can use any type of pasta you like.
  • This dish can be served as a main pasta meal or as a side dish with meat and green vegetables.
  • If you're following a low carb diet, you'll find my low carb version of this recipe here.

Nutrition

Calories: 193kcal